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Wayne HealthCare Recognized as Business of Year

WEBSTER – One of the highlights of the May 3 annual investor meeting of the Partnering For Progress (Darke County Community Improvement Corp. (CIC) and Darke County Economic Development) was the presentation of the Business of the year award.

From the May 7, 2019 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Linda Moody, Reporter

WEBSTER – One of the highlights of the May 3 annual investor meeting of the Partnering For Progress (Darke County Community Improvement Corp. (CIC) and Darke County Economic Development) was the presentation of the Business of the year award.

That award went to Wayne HealthCare, with CEO Wayne Deschambeau accepting the award.

It was noted that the hospital is coming up to its 100th year of service, having had its beginnings in 1922, and is ranked in the top 10 percent of hospitals in the United States.

In his acceptance speech, Deschambeau talked about the newest plan of expansion at the medical facility.

The groundbreaking event at 835 Sweitzer St. will be from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. May 23, in a special community celebration as the hospital officials kicks off its facility expansion project.

According to Wayne HealthCare’s website, the new addition will be a state of the art “Special Beginnings” birthing unit with two antepartum, four post partum and six LDRP rooms; Expand Lifestyle Enhancement and Wellness Center’s redesign loading dock and materials management area with Improved Access; a 32-bed acuity adjustable nursing unit with fully private beds; and a new entry and public concourse linked to existing main lobby for maximized campus wayfinding....

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